These goos are from the Education category, people famous for teaching or otherwise being involved in education. Browse another way.

Alison Scott-Baumann

If a certain site user wanted to switch from being a lawyer to a public schoolteacher, he'd do well to study under this British expert. Go »

Anne Sullivan

broken doll, sign language, based on a Broadway play Go »

Bill Nye

This guy brought clever book smarts and bow-tie friendliness to educational TV. Go »

Cornel West

Western thought has produced few Ivy League professors more outspoken about race. Go »

Dan Gookin

Relation to this site may be questionable, but is a reference for the rest of us. Go »

Erin Gruwell

diary, Long Beach, freedom Go »

Harold Bloom

He fires at the idea that Western literature isn't aesthetically better than global literature, or women's literature. Go »

Jaime Escalante

By all calculations, this Bolivian teacher delivered real results for his underprivileged students. Go »

Jaime Escalante

AP Calculus, Edward James Olmos, cheating scandal Go »

Jill Ker Conway

This accomplished feminist educator came to Massachusetts by way of Australia. Go »

Joe Clark

Even if you don't know the answer, you should still take a swing at it. Go »

Joe Clark

Bill Withers song, chained doorways, Morgan Freeman Go »

Julia King

This British scholar has taught students about engineering and politicians about climate change. (Who's the king?) Go »

Laurette Séjourné

If you spent most of your time studying a flying snake, you'd also want to set up a classroom there just to keep your sanity. Go »

Lisa Delpit

Louisiana's minority students have a champion in this notable Baton Rouge teacher. Go »

LouAnne Johnson

Michelle Pfeiffer, former Marine, "Gangsta's Paradise" Go »

Maria Montessori

Mussolini thought she would help to create little fascists. This thrice-nominated Nobelian Dottoressa wasn’t interested. Go »

Marva Collins

Although she turned down the office of Secretary of Education, she was renowned for fostering expectations of excellence in inner city children many of whom others saw as unteachable. Go »

Mavis Beacon

Some players wouldn't be able to enter a guess without this woman's help. Go »

Melissa Cross

Cover your ears before you make this woman any angrier. Go »

Michael Cody

This musician saw what Brown could do for him and has been spreading the written word ever since. Go »

Noam Chomsky

Studying the phrasing of this clue could give you a hint, as long as you don't read too much into it. Go »

Pierre Dulaine

I believe that this ballroom dance instructor cares about his students, but I don't believe that he looks like Antonio Banderas. Go »

Richard Lederer

This "riddler reacher" and "poker dap dad/padre kop" teaches wordplay such as anagrams and palindromes. Go »

Salman Khan

The views on this academic's tutoring videos add up to a lot of traffic. Go »

Stephen Ambrose

Some people make history. Others borrow it. Go »

Temple Grandin

even autistic cowgirls get the blues Go »

Vartan Gregorian

Older than the Middle Eastern nation where he was born, this academic spent eight years asking prospective students, "What can brown do for you?" Go »